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While residents in Antelope Valley households are still feeling aftershock vibrations night and day, resulting from the July 4 and 5 earthquakes in Ridgecrest, scientists believe they may be able to eventually predict extreme quakes by observing smaller ones.

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This editorial is purloined from sources that have urged a fierce fight against domestic terrorism since the excruciating, horrific mass shooting deaths in late July and early August.

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Homelessness is a problem in the Antelope Valley and that’s no secret. But it’s not just humans that are homeless. Pets are also subject to homelessness and end up at the Animal Care Centers in Palmdale and Lancaster, as a result.

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President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed America’s Social Security law in the middle of the Ungreat Depression on Aug. 14, 1935, improving the lives of millions and millions of U.S. residents ever since.

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It’s no secret the Antelope Valley is growing — and apparently, it’s in more ways than one. The homeless population is increasing, as well.

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It’s that time of year again! The Antelope Valley Fair and Alfalfa Festival kicks off on Friday at 4 p.m., with a variety of activities for young and old, alike.

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Television viewers who flip on their TVs when they get up to see if there’s any breaking news, juggled their coffee cups Saturday morning when they saw this astonishing headline:

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A member of the Antelope Valley League of United Latin American Citizens wants the Antelope Valley Union High School District’s Superintendent Advisory Committee to include members of the Latino community, to “reflect the District’s majority student population.”

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The month of July kept up the job growth pattern, posting 164,000 hirings, but some economists reported that there is a major slowdown under way in the creation of jobs for making things: manufacturing, mining and construction.

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It looks like there are plans to bring a Sprouts store to Palmdale. But that’s not all. There’s also a resort-style apartment complex and more retail attached to the plan.

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Wasn’t it just a couple weeks ago that we were talking about phone scams and the various ways people are trying to make you part with your hard earned money?

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After decades of serving as the butt of jokes for many comedians and people throughout California and the rest of the nation, Bakersfield, the Kern County seat has been commended by a newspaper published 3,000 miles away, for its contemporary importance and population growth.

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No news is good news. Or so the saying goes. However, that’s not the case in the issue of the noose photo circulated at Summerwind Elementary earlier this year by former principal Linda Brandts.

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The early-morning “movie” interacted with the book version of “The Mueller Report” and was seen on millions of electronic devices around the world the morning of July 24.

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Gabriel Fernandez, Anthony Avalos, Noah Cuatro, Victoria Martens, Tyrus Toribio and Omaree Varela might be from different states, but they all have one thing in common: They died while in the care of people who were supposed to love and protect them.

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One of the worst days in American history was revisited this month in the television drama, “The Loudest Voice,” causing those who watched the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks on our United States to relive the horrific crushing blow to our psyche, as U.S. airliners were flown into our buildings, kil…

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If your feet are experiencing slight floor tremblings, it’s probably just one of the more than 16,000 aftershocks that have been recorded weeks after the 6.4- and 7.1-magnitude earthquakes near Ridgecrest on July 4 and 5.

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A constantly ringing cell phone can be a source of frustration for anyone who is busy doing other things and doesn’t want to keep looking at it, to make sure they’re not missing an important call.

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According to U.S. Acting Customs and Border Protection Commissioner Mark Morgan, the new rule designed to virtually end asylum provisions for Central American migrants — hoping to gain legal entry into the United States — is unlikely to survive in the courts.

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Sometimes upward trends are good. Take the economy or jobs being created, for example. If those trend upward, the public is generally pleased.

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America’s largest drug companies saturated the nation with 76 billion Oxycodone and Hydrocodone pain pills from 2006 through 2012 as the country’s deadliest drug epidemic spun out of control, according to previously undisclosed company data released as part of the largest civil action.

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A federal judge on Thursday ordered Jeffrey Epstein held without bail, siding with prosecutors who argued the wealthy financier and accused sex trafficker posed a flight risk.

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On Aug. 15, 2011, the well known drug lord El Chapo became the father of twins, when his wife, Emma Coronel, gave birth to the two girls in the Antelope Valley Hospital.

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When he testified before Congress last week, Federal Reserve Board Chairman Jerome Powell made an interesting comment: “We don’t have any basis or any evidence for calling this a hot labor market.” He added that “to call something hot, you need to see some heat.” Come again? The unemployment…

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There has been little reporting on this unsurprising development, but finally a story has been posted that reveals that Russia is again churning up the muddy waters of the Internet to propagandize America’s 2020 election.

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Most violent and property crimes fell last year, continuing an ongoing decline in California, according to statistics released this month by the state attorney general.

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In a somewhat bizarre outdoor press briefing Thursday afternoon, President Donald Trump issued an executive order directing the Commerce Department to obtain citizenship data through means other than the U.S. census.

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The Earthquake Country Alliance has worked with experts in earthquake science, preparedness, and mitigation to develop this step-by-step guide for staying safe, before, during and after an earthquake.

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America’s Navy is developing a new concept for its vessels that may lead to major changes in commercial and other governmental workplaces across the United States.

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The California Senate is working to pass Senate Bill 58 that would permit the sale of alcohol to continue from 2-4 a.m. The pilot program would take place in 10 of California’s major cities and would span five years beginning in 2022.